Live Sessions: Tai Chi by the Grandmaster
Designed exercises to improve health
The UKFCP is delighted to offer 3 free Tai Chi live sessions to the general public in the UK to watch. If you are looking for relaxing exercise at home and to improve immune system, we recommend you to book a place.
UKFCP has partnered with Chen Zhenglei Taijiquan Federation to design a set of easy but useful exercises with the use of Tai Chi techniques to create a way for health improvement at home.
From May to September, we will be organising 1 hour free live session. The session will be delivered on our virtual platform. You can attend or leave the session at any time you like. You can attend through your phone or computer as long as you have access to Internet.
UKFCP Tai Chi Chief Instructors:
Grandmaster Yue Liming
1972 - Shaolin Martial Arts
1983 - Trained under Ultimate Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei, 11th Generation direct line successor of Chen Style Tai Chi
1998 - Accepted by Grandmaster Chen Zhenglei as Disciple
2004 - Achieved 7th Duan Wei Grandmaster awarded by China National Wushu Association
2004 - Present - Head Judge on Chen Style Tai Chi
2004 - Present - Honorary Vice-Chairman of Tai Chi Union for Great Britain
2009 - Present - World Tai Chi Promotion Ambassador by Chinese Government
- Established Tai Chi Centre in Manchester, former lecturer at University of Salford
Master Wen Li
Over 20 years of practical experience in teaching Tai Chi to high schools, Chinese schools, council, universities, cultural centres and community associations.
- Trained by her father who is renowned San Da and Zi Ran Men Martial Art Master in China
- Teaching Assistant for Yang Style Tai Chi Grandmaster Xiao Xiang
- Senior Tai Chi instructor with Tai Chi Union for Great Britain
- Judge for the London International Tai Chi Competition
- Tai Chi leader for the Chinese Community at the Edinburgh Festival Parade invited by Consulate General of PR China in Edinburgh
- Trained by Ultimate Grandmastser Chen Xiao Wang, 19th lineage holder of Chen Style Tai Chi
- Trained by Master Chen Bing and Master Chen Zi Qiang, 20th lineage holder of Chen Style Tai Chi and Yang Style Master Yuan Limin
- Established Tai Chi Centre in Edinburgh
Grandmaster Yue Liming
Why do we teach Tai Chi?
To share the practicality of Chinese culture for the benefit of the society
How this is related to UKFCP:
Having an alternative way to relax by following the movements of Tai Chi is a great way to tackle work pressure especially insomnia. We want our community to be as healthy as efficient in life.
Taste of Chinese culture:
We are sharing the complex relational concept of Yin and Yang through the practical experience of Tai Chi, which is one of the most effective way to understand the concept.
Pioneering the virtual training of Tai Chi:
At UKFCP, we are pioneers and virtual training for Tai Chi is a concept still new to the market. Our aim is to explore new ways of encouraging many more in particularly the elderly retirees or those unable to travel for sessions to benefit from Tai Chi as well.